Flows are on the Rise!
Hot Creek - Mammoth Lakes, CA (Mono County)
by Jim Elias
Flows are on the rise with spring runoff in it's early stages. Weather has been hit or miss lately. It's gotten warmer, but this has increased the chances of afternoon thunderstorms. Stuff a rain jacket in your pack just in case. Warmer weather means Caddis, but that doesn't mean the fish will ignore mayflies and midges. Make sure you're running a multiple fly rig, whether you're fishing with dries, or with an indicator. If you're fishing an indicator rig, you won't need very much weight, but make sure you're running a couple flies in tandem. If you're fishing on the surface, make sure you run a nymph about a foot to a foot and a half below your dry, the weight of the bead should be sufficient to get it down. Flows 64cfs
Dry Flies: Parachute Adams #18-20, Stimulator #18, Elk Hair Caddis #18, CDC Baetis DUN #18
Nymphs: Juju Baetis #18, Micromayfly Olive #18, Two Bit Hooker Olive #18, Zebra Midge #20
Streamers - Goat Leech Olive #12, Doc's Twin Lake Special Black/Olive #10, Punk Perch #10-12
Fish Mammoth Guides Services is located in Mammoth Lakes, CA (Mono County). Fishing Guide, Jim Elias, can take you fishing on Crowley Lake, Upper Owens, Lower Owens and East Walker River. To book your guided fishing trip with Jim Elias please all him at (760) 582-2195 and for more information please visit his WEBSITE..
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